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The Nineteenth Century in Print: Periodicals

Browse items in New Englander and Yale review. Volume 14, Issue 54, May 1856
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  • Immortality: The Argument from Scripture, 161-215.
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  • Napoleon Bonaparte at St. Helena, 215-243.
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  • Analysis of Conscience, 243-250.
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  • Christ and Christianity, 250-264.
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  • Slavery - Its Effect on the Property, Intelligence, and Morals of the Whites. - Olmsted on the Seaboard Slave States, 264-295.
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  • Our Nov. Number and Prof. Huntington, 295-316.
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  • A Geography of the Chief Places mentioned in the Bible, and the Principal Events connected with them, Adapted to Parental, Sabbath School and Bible Class Instruction, 316.
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  • Notices of Books, 316.
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  • The Union Bible Dictionary, for the Use of Schools, Bible Classes, and Families, 316-317.
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  • "Princess Protean Ink Fountain Pen", 317-318.
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  • Ricord's Series of Roman History. In 2 vols. 12 mo. I. The Kings of Rome. II. The Republic of Rome. III. The Empire of Rome; with Illustrations, 318.
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  • The Acts and Monuments of the Church, countaining the History and Sufferings of the Martyrs, wherein is set forth the whole race and course of the Church, from the primitive age to these later times, 318-319.
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  • The Progress of Religious Ideas, through successive ages, 319-321.
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  • Evenings with the Romanists: with an Introductory Chapter on the Moral Results of the Romish System, 321.
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  • Glances and Glimpses; or Fifty Years Social, including Twenty Years Professional Life, 321-322.
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  • Cicero's Three Books of Offices, or Moral Duties; also an Essay on Friendship; an Essay on Old Age; Paradoxes; Scipio's Dream; and Letter on the Duties of a Magistrate, 322.
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  • Harper's Classical Library -- Caesar's Commentaries on the Gallic and Civil Wars; with supplementary books attributed to Hirtius, 322.
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  • The Anabasis, or Expedition of Cyrus, and the Memorabilia of Socrates, 322.
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  • The Bible History of Prayer, with Practical Reflections, 322.
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  • The Priest, the Puritan and the Preacher, 322-323.
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  • Lectures upon the Philosophy of History, 323.
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  • Sermons by Rev. Reuben Tinker, 323-325.
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  • An Earnest Plea of Laymen of the New School Presbyterian and Congregational Churches in New York and Brooklyn, for the Continued Paternal Union and Cooperation of these Denominations in Home Missions, &c., 325-328B.
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